Things to consider when having an Electric or Gas Cooker installed

Last updated 08/07/2021 14:48

Applies to

Freestanding Gas Cookers

Freestanding Electric Cookers

Resolution

A qualified installer will be required to fit a Gas or Electric cooker 

  • Your new appliance fits the space provided
  • If moving from Gas to Electric cooking, a mains supply is provided and has been checked by a qualified electrician and gas connections will need to be capped off by a certified gas engineer.
  • If changing from Gas or Electric to Induction, it is worthwhile checking that the power to your kitchen will not be affected by the introduction of induction hob, Induction is a wonderful efficient technology but can draw a lot of electricity when using power boost programmes.  Insufficient power will result in limited functionality of the appliance.


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